Kawaguchiko Museum of Art

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The museum is at the foot of majestic Mt.Fuji and faces a beautiful lake.It holds the permanent exhibition of a large collection of Mt.Fuji-related arts like paintings, prints, and photos. The special exhibition widely range in various fields like ancient art through contemporary art from within and without. The inside of the museum, there is a museum shop and a tea lounge where you can take a rest enjoying the view of the lakeside.


Venue Address

401-0304 3170 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun

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Other Indoor Activities

  • The village of Narusawa is home to many lava tree molds, hollow lava formations formed around large tree trunks, which were formed in the great eruption of Mt. Fuji in the year 864.

  • Shiki no Mori consists of two museums housed in a single building: one centers around the photographic works of Koyo Okada, who dedicated his life to photographing Mount Fuji, while the other features a collection of etegami (“picture letters”) by Kunio Koike.

  • The Teahouse in the Sky has long been a favorite local spot for spectacular views of Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchiko. It is noted for having hosted many Japanese literati, most notably twentieth-century authors Masuji Ibuse and Osamu Dazai.

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